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    • 1. Architecture and Design Part II
    • 2. William Morris (design) and Edward Burne-Jones (illustration). page openingGeoffrey Chaucer, The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer Newly Augmented. 1896. sheet 16 3/4 x 11 1/2 in.
    • 3. Art Deco- 1920s-30s new decoration for mass produced and individually crafted items; “modern,” new, sleek, sophisticatedEdouardo Garcia Benito. Vogue. May 25, 1929.
    • 4. Russel Wright. American Modern dinnerware. Designed 1937, introduced 1939.
    • 5. Charles and Ray Eames. Side chair, model DCM. 1946. height 28 1/4 in., width 19 1/2 in., depth 20 in.
    • 6. Bauhaus- School for Architecture, Art and Design; a new art where art makes abetter world; everyone is equal and can have access to great design
    • 7. Le Corbusier. Perspective drawing for Domino Housing Project. 1914; Steel-reinforced concrete revolutionizes design possibilities.
    • 8. Le Corbusier and Jeanneret. Villa Savoye. 1928–30.International Style: Bauhaus ideals spread around the world; inexpensive materials;affordable; accessible; breaking class structures; uniting nature with living
    • 9. Ludvig Miës van der Rohe. Farnsworth House. 1950.International style: materials frequently concrete, steel, glass
    • 10. Marcel Breuer. Armchair, model B3. late 1927 or early 1928. height 28 1/8 in., width 30 1/4 in., depth 27 3/4 in.
    • 11. Chrysler Airflow 4-door Sedan. 1934.
    • 12. Frank Lloyd Wright. Robie House. 1909 “Prairie Style” One of America’s Greatest Architects
    • 13. Frank Lloyd Wright. Drawing for Fallingwater, Kaufmann House. 1936. 15 3/8 x 27 1/4 in.
    • 14. Frank Lloyd Wright. Fallingwater, Kaufmann House, PA 1936.
    • 15. Alexander Rodchenko. L’Art Décoratif, Moscow-Paris. 1925.
    • 16. Cassandre.poster forDubonnet. 1932.
    • 17. Norman Bel Geddes, with Dr. Otto Koller. Air Liner Number 4. 1929.
    • 18. Eero Saarinen. Tulip Pedestal Furniture. 1955–57.
    • 19. General Motors. Cadillac Fleetwood. 1959.
    • 20. Chris Strach. Apple computer logo with an old side and a new side. 2007.
    • 21. Louis H. Sullivan. Bayard (Condict) Building. 1897–98.
    • 22. Miës van der Rohe and Philip Johnson. Seagram Building. 1958.
    • 23. Santiago Calatrava. Turning Torso Residential Tower. 2005.
    • 24. Santiago Calatrava. Turning Torso Residential Tower, drawing. 2000.
    • 25. Rem Koolhaas and Ole Scheeren, OMA, New Headquarters, Central Chinese Television CCTV. 2008.
    • 26. Frank Gehry. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, north elevations. October 1991.
    • 27. Frank Gehry. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao.
    • 28. Frank Gehry. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. 1997.
    • 29. Adrian Smith, and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Burj Dubai, under construction. October 26, 2008.
    • 30. Tom Wills-Wright. Burj Al-Arab. 1999.
    • 31. Obie Bowman. Brunsell Residence. 1987.
    • 32. James Cutler. Bridge House. 1987.
    • 33. Multi-story apartment block, Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. originally built 1000– 1450.
    • 34. Moshe Safdie. Habitat. 1967.
    • 35. http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/en/thomas_heatherwick.html
    • 36. FINAL EXAM REVIEWDescribe the environment, materials, function and culture ofthe following image. You may use your book and notes. Frank Lloyd Wright. Fallingwater, Kaufmann House, PA 1936.
    • 37. FINAL EXAM REVIEWCompare and Contrast: Describe the environment, materials, function andculture of the following images. Answer: How are they alike and how are theydifferent? You may use your book and notes.

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